Marc Rabinowitz

Medical Pros Describe Work Changes From COVID-19

Across the country, medical professionals are doing their best as they prepare for the worst that the COVID-19 pandemic may bring. Working long, grueling hours...
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Jewish Family Seeks Plasma Treatment for COVID-19

It’s been nearly three weeks since Amy Breslow dropped her husband, Brett, at Cooper University Hospital’s emergency room. He’d had an intermittent fever, cough and...
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How Do You Mark Passover When Gluten-Free?

Debbie Greenberg’s son, Aaron Mazer, was diagnosed with celiac disease at the age of 17. For Mazer, that meant the end of school cafeteria lunches,...
Dvora Entin sitting on a couch

Patients, Doctors Adjust to Telehealth Amid Social Distancing

Telehealth is nothing new to Dvora Entin. Entin is a nationally recognized specialist in maternal mental health, based in Bala Cynywd, who focuses on women...
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Health Expert Roger Daniels Reckons with Coronavirus

Roger Daniels, one of Philadelphia’s most respected physicians, just retired after nearly 60 years as an internist. He served in a MASH unit in...
Jewish Family and Children’s Service staff prepare food for clients and the Mitzvah Food Pantry with Drew Gold, kitchen manager and educator, in The Barbara and Harvey Brodsky Enrichment Center’s Teaching Kitchen.

Jewish Agencies Work to Protect Philly Seniors From Coronavirus

According to the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia’s 2019 Community Portrait, there are almost 100,000 Jews over 65 in the Greater Philadelphia area, including...
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National BRCA Study Sees Lower Participation in Philly

Her mother died of breast cancer. Her father died of colon cancer. And while Avivah Pinski of Wynnewood is in good health, she doesn’t...
Becky Markowitz

Temple Sholom to Host Reproductive Health, Rights Workshop

The genesis of a March 1 workshop on reproductive health and rights at Temple Sholom in Broomall began the way any good Jewish story...
JFCS President and CEO Paula Goldstein

JFCS Expands Suicide Prevention Program

It’s estimated that 33% of Jewish households in Greater Philadelphia have at least one person who has been diagnosed with a mental health condition,...
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Eye Doctor Studies Type of Genetic Blindness More Common in Ashkenazi Jews

Ashkenazi Jews are particularly susceptible to a specific genetic mutation of retinitis pigmentosa, which Alex Levin, chief of pediatric ophthalmology and ocular genetics at...